Correspondence with Cotton Control on variety of issues relating to labour supply in the cotton industry and availability of raw material. The Cotton Control had been set up in 1939 to regulate the industry during wartime. It fixed prices and profit margins, oversaw the planning an concentration of cotton production in a smaller number of mills, and ensured military orders had priority. It continued to function during peacetime until 1948.
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- ReferenceGB 133 ACS/6/6/7
- Dates of Creation1944-1947